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Joined: 07/10/2011
Location: Australia
Posts: 1225
Posted: 02:57am 07 Sep 2017      

It would be quite a shame (and big loss to us all) to see you have to do that Jim. I think Rob and CaptainB are probably right on the money with their comments.

Norton has been a PITA for years, I gave up on it well over a decade ago after multiple bouts of router problems with it. It's not even very good at its core job when you look at the various virus detection tests done over the years. The last notepad I bought new was a Win7 i5 ASUS about six years ago and Norton was part of the 'free' crapware loaded and cocked ready to go on that. Of course it was only 'free' for a short period and it took me quite a while to figure out how to get rid of it. No doubt ASUS and Norton shared the spoils from those who couldn't get rid of it.